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I'm glad Schumacher is still injured

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Because for me Crooks is playing better, he was fantastic against Rochdale and deserves to keep his place. Hopefully Cadders will start up front with Windass and Taylor will replace Emmanual. The other players keep their places. Thats the best starting 11 IMO!
 

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Crooks has showed more promise this season, hope he scores the winner tomorrow and makes beer and his pals look like prats.
 
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Bantams_AnD_Proud said:
Because for me Crooks is playing better, he was fantastic against Rochdale and deserves to keep his place. Hopefully Cadders will start up front with Windass and Taylor will replace Emmanual. The other players keep their places. Thats the best starting 11 IMO!

FPMSL.....thats a wind up right?......:D
 
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Im being serious! I was often Crooks worst critic last season, however this season he has totally changed my view on him. Tom Kearney was absolutely shocking at home against Southend and was justifiably dropped. Did you go to Rochdale? Crooks proved how much he has improved and carried on his his pre-season form. I hope he plays tomorrow and puts in a good performance-he could be a big player for us. He has more strength than Kearney, Schuey and MBW put together and wins far more headers than any of them. I'll be disappointed if he doesn't start tomorrow.

(he'll probably start and be absolute shite now)
 
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Crooks has showed more promise this season, hope he scores the winner tomorrow and makes beer and his pals look like prats.
Crooks is a backup for Kearney - he'd be about 6th choice midfielder in my book!!

You really do have a thing about him don't you Ed? Have you been watching him "pinging some cracking passes" at half time recently?.....:D
 
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From your answer no you didn't. Thats why you don't agree with me, I wouldn't be saying what I am if I hadn't been to Rochdale. Who it was against is irrelevant, he still proved he has improved beyond belief.
 

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Your gonna argue the fact that Cadders has finally looked the part by scoring against Rochdale?
 

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Bantams_AnD_Proud said:
How the fook do you work that out?
Dont you speak to wrosemary like that....

Hes the leader of a motley old crew of knitting specialists.... Dont risk his wrath BaP..... You will be in a chequered tanktop by Saturday kick off

He can after all Guarantee it.....

That must mean he knows who you, are where you live, when you started supporting and which games youve been to...
































HE's YOUR PAPPA:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
 
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bantams and proud yes i was at Rochdale mate, in fact i can guarantee that i'll have seen Crooks play more times than you mate.....
He did NOWT the other night to convince me he aint a clumsy rugby league player - trying to play football!!
I seem to recall early doors last season, you called Crooks the best signing we had made in ages and were singing his praises. Then you started having a pint with beer and parrot at half time and became that indecisive bloke in the Pub character from the Fast Show....

 
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I seem to recall early doors last season, you called Crooks the best signing we had made in ages and were singing his praises. Then you started having a pint with beer and parrot at half time and became that indecisive bloke in the Pub character from the Fast Show....

Don't think so David - if it helps embelish your little story though i'll go along with it.....:rolleyes:

BAP - in all seriousness mate - it was a bit of a ****ty thing to say in the first place, i wouldn't even wish injury on Crooks - to wish injury on a City player is a bit pathetic....
 
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Perhaps KB, but I wasn't wishing injury on Schumacher, my point was that it enables Crooks to have his chance in the first team- a chance I feel he deserves and otherwise wouldn't get if Schuey wasn't injured.

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in fact i can guarantee that i'll have seen Crooks play more times than you mate.....
DO you not think this statement was rather ****tish?
 
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